As a follow-up to Kyle's comments, read this, especially near the bottom:http://www.busnut.com/bbs/messages/12262/16204.html?1167073154
If you have a tach, remember that the two-cycle pulls well w/o overheating on a partial throttle
between 1700 - 1900 rpm. Pull any grades using this guideline and you shouldn't have any problems. If you start seeing black smoke, back off a little. If it clears up and you still maintain your speed, you're ok. If you back off and start losing speed, it's time to downshift.
On the narrower roads in/around the parks, keep the left wheels/tires about 1 foot off the lane marker (i.e. closer to the left than usual), and watch oncoming traffic like a hawk. STOP if it gets chancy, don't want you kissing sumpin' other than Mama!
Pay attention to signs regarding vehicle length restrictions
on some of the park roads. Even tho you've basically got a giant mini-van (what an oxymoron!!), you can still get yourself into places you don't want to be.
Remember the children's fable of The Tortoise and The Hare? Think of yourself as the Tortoise, drive appropriately, and you'll have a GREAT time. Drive like the Hare, and you'll frustrate yourself to no end, quite possibly damaging the coach in the process.
Coming into Jackson Hole from the south on 89/191, there is a really big Albertsons Sav-On market on your right at the intersection of Wy-22, the Wilson cut-off (about a block past the Motel 6). One of the cleanest
grocery stores I've ever been in, with a surprisingly incredible selection. An excellent place to stop and stock up the pantry - there was an RTS conversion in the parking lot doing the same the last time I was there.
Oh, and plan on having a meal at "Bubba's" while in Jackson Hole, WY. Great local BBQ hangout. On Broadway (Hiway 89 / US-191), almost next door to Wendy's. Big overhead light signal clear across the street (as it's a five-way intersection), makes it easy to find.
If not "Bubba's", try the "Cadillac" Restaurant on Cache, next door to the "Million Dollar Cowboy Bar" and across the street from the city park. This is another local favorite.
Above all - have a good time!!
FWIW & HTH. . .